Through research conducted by MSU scholars with local elementary school students, there is direct evidence of how children can improve their math skills if trained in spatial reasoning.
During the 98th Annual Kiwanis International Convention in Vancouver, British Columbia, MSU graduate Sue Petrisin was the first woman elected to serve as president of Kiwanis International, or any of the largest service organizations in the world, which include Rotary and Lions International.
MSU instructor Troy Hale teamed up with MSU students to launch a weather balloon containing high definition, or HD, cameras and a global positioning system, or GPS, unit into space this weekend.
MSU journalism graduate Emanuele Berry won first place in this year’s Hearst National Radio Broadcast News Championship. The Hearst Foundation puts out a national competition of entries in five different journalism categories, which includes writing, television news, multimedia, photojournalism and radio news. Berry finished in second place in the initial radio news competition, which consisted of 45 entrants from students in journalism schools across the country.
Nine MSU professors have been awarded the title of University Distinguished Professor by the Board of Trustees for their achievements in the classroom, laboratory and community.
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